Tourist Traffic Act, 1939


41.—(1) An inspector shall be entitled at all reasonable times (subject to the production by him if so required of his appointment in writing as inspector) to enter and inspect any registered premises or any premises in respect of which an application for registration has been made, and to require the registered proprietor or the applicant for registration (as the case may be) or any person employed in such premises to furnish to such inspector such information in relation to such premises as may be reasonably necessary for the purposes of the administration of this Act.

(2) Every person who—

(a) obstructs or impedes an inspector in the exercise of any of the powers conferred by this section, or

(b) fails or refuses to give to an inspector on demand any information which such inspector is entitled to demand under this section, or

(c) wilfully gives to an inspector information which is false or misleading in a material particular,

shall be guilty of an offence under this section and shall be liable on summary conviction thereof to a fine not exceeding five pounds.

(3) In this section the word “inspector” means an officer of the Board appointed in writing by the Board to be an inspector for the purposes of this section.